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Description: Memorial Edition of "La Follette's Magazine," page 107. The magazine later became known as the "Progressive Magazine."
Description: Seven high school coaches at the first North-South High School All-Star football game at Camp Randall. Back row, left to right: Ade Dillon, Appleton; Willi...
Description: Male employee, Timothy Burton, inspecting a drive agitator. This product was purchased by Coppus Engineering Corporation and used by E.R. Squibb and Sons....
Description: Receiving their guests at the Executive residence, 130 E. Gilman St., are (left to right), Mrs. (Mary) Oscar Rennebohm, Lieut. Governor, Oscar Rennebohm, G...
Date: 1965-09 ca.
Description: Frank O. King and Robert Drew King relax outdoors in chairs at the Lake Flora Bell vacation home.
Description: Three men laying wire in a forested area for W.H.A.S Radio. One of the men is operating an International T-20 TracTracTor (crawler tractor).
Description: Horses pull wagons on a stretch of racetrack at the Cuyahoga County Fair while spectators gather around the track beside parked automobiles.
Date: 1887 ca.
Description: Men on shoreline are returning logs with horses, which have been stranded on a sandbar, to the main channel of the Mississippi River. Beef Slough Company w...
Description: Factory worker making final adjustments to a Farmall Cub tractor before entering a paint spray booth at International Harvester's Louisville Works.
Date: date unknown
Description: View across street of the central business district. A hardware/5&10 cent store is on the left, with rolled up fencing and various implements on the porch....
Description: Waist-up studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a European American man with a moustache posed sitting and wearing a dark-colored suit coat and...
Description: Group of men, and a young boy, standing in the small front yard of a house at a bicycling outing. A woman stands in an open doorway at the top of the steps...
Description: Beekeeper August Laechelt, smiling and holding a jar of honey in his hands. His nametag reads "American Beekeeping Federation; January 18-22, 1976; August...
Description: William H. Brisbane, Chaplain of the 2nd Wisconsin Cavalry. Inset photograph taken from a large Civil War commemorative roster.
Description: John Harrison, 616 Williamson Street, with part of his brood of doomed white rats. City health department ordered their extermination.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Two men work on truck parts on a workbench at International Harvester's Akron Works (factory).
Description: Man loading a canoe onto a Berg's cartop carrier.
Description: Lewis Arms poses with his sister Nedra at Brittingham Park.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Poster for use in the Philippines advertising the McCormick-Deering P&O plow. The poster features an illustration of a plow beneath a tree in the foregroun...
Description: A student chef works in the kitchen of a Milwaukee restaurant with two older chefs as part of his training in a Restaurant and Hotel Cookery program at Mil...
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